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Historical Markers in Jacksonville, Georgia

 
Clickable Map of Telfair County, Georgia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Telfair County, GA (10) Ben Hill County, GA (10) Coffee County, GA (13) Dodge County, GA (9) Jeff Davis County, GA (3) Wheeler County, GA (3) Wilcox County, GA (9)  TelfairCounty(10) Telfair County (10)  BenHillCounty(10) Ben Hill County (10)  CoffeeCounty(13) Coffee County (13)  DodgeCounty(9) Dodge County (9)  JeffDavisCounty(3) Jeff Davis County (3)  WheelerCounty(3) Wheeler County (3)  WilcoxCounty(9) Wilcox County (9)
McRae-Helena is the county seat for Telfair County
Jacksonville is in Telfair County
      Telfair County (10)  
ADJACENT TO TELFAIR COUNTY
      Ben Hill County (10)  
      Coffee County (13)  
      Dodge County (9)  
      Jeff Davis County (3)  
      Wheeler County (3)  
      Wilcox County (9)  
 
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1Georgia (Telfair County), Jacksonville — Cullen Boney Descendants
Cullen Boney and his wife, Phoebe Williams migrated from North Carolina and settled in the China Hill community of Telfair County in the eighteen twenties. He had three children: Mary Jane Boney Cravey, Eliza Boney Reeves and Stephen Boney. . . . Map (db m9145) HM
2Georgia (Telfair County), Jacksonville — 134-3 — Jacksonville
The first County Seat of Telfair County, Jacksonville, was named for General Andrew Jackson. From 1807 to 1812 court met in various homes. In 1812 a courthouse was erected on the site of the present Methodist Church. Jacksonville was an . . . Map (db m9756) HM
3Georgia (Telfair County), Jacksonville — 134-4 — World Record Bass
Approximately two miles from this spot, on June 2, 1932, George W. Perry, a 19-year old farm boy, caught was to become America's most famous fish. The twenty-two pound four ounce largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoldes) exceeded the existing record . . . Map (db m57147) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022